Now that we’re all spending more time at home, comfortable clothing is an absolute must! If you’re working (or not working) from home during the Covid-19 quarantine, you’re probably enjoying not having to change out of your PJs and getting to work in yoga pants or loungewear in lieu of a pencil skirt or button-down shirt.
Take a look at my top 11 picks for sustainable loungewear and sleepwear that make spending more time a home a lot cozier:
Specializing in super soft loungewear for men and women, Naadam’s most notable quality is its ethically sourced Mongolian cashmere. They go straight to the source for the highest quality,most sustainable cashmere possible, which also helps to keep prices fair. They hand-comb the goats and even ensure the goats are provided with veterinary care to keep them healthy and happy.
For all things leggings, you can’t get any comfier or more ethical than Pact. They use organic alternatives that challenge the idea that sustainable, organic clothing has to be expensive or that it’s only for die-hard environmental activists. In fact, they’re one of the more affordable sustainable clothing companies, with leggings starting at just $29 per pair. Aside from their leggings and loungewear, you can also find a full clothing lineup with tops, bottoms, dresses,and even maternity.
Coyuchi embodies the phrase “lounging at home” in every sense of the word. Here you’ll find a complete lineup of organic bedding, linens, pillows, robes, pajamas, and other comfy apparel that will make you never want to learve your house.
A company whose name means “living earth,” VivaTerra is inspiration for the home and wardrobe. Alongside outdoor elements that are befitting any zen garden, you’ll also discover a complete lineup of bedding and pillows, along with lightweight lounge pieces in cotton, cashmere, and bamboo, alpaca, and more
Cotton On offers clothing for the whole family, all at affordable prices and made with the environment in mind. Their sleepwear and leggings are even better because they’re ethically sourced and uphold the Cotton On values that impact communities around the world.
Odd Bird considers themselves a “slow fashion” brand, meaning they focus on developing clothing that will last longer than a season. Their handmade Turkish textiles are made using 100% natural sustainable fibers and made in small batches, and they’re perfect for at-home wardrobes.
Reformation has branded themselves as the next most sustainable thing to being naked. They’ve created a full line of eco-friendly clothing, including tops, bottoms, dresses, outerwear, and activewear, but you’ll appreciate their cozy intimates that look and feel amazing. They’ve recently shifted gears to start making face masks in their L.A. factory to help combat the Covid-19 crisis.
The Summer House
The Summer House knows that attention to detail is key in creating standout, sustainable pieces, and they truly go above and beyond. The details aren’t just in the clothing, but also in their business practices when it comes to material sourcing and innovation. They produce all of the fashion in house, which is more expensive but also gives them greater control over the final product.
If you’re spending more time at home, you’ll appreciate the added comfort these brands provide, especially knowing they’re committed to the environment like you are. And when it’s finally time to go back to the office, you might even take up the cause of making loungewear the new dress code!